Lillian Barbash, LI's 'First Lady of the Arts,' dies
Lillian Barbash transformed the Islip Arts Council into a musical powerhouse and helped create the now defunct Long Island Philharmonic, died July 4.
Police: CVS robbed at gunpoint
Suffolk County police are searching for two men who they said stole prescription medication during an armed robbery at a CVS store in West Islip early Thursday.
Longtime grocer opens new location in former CVS
The West Islip shop offers lots of produce, fresh meat and fish, prepared food and more.
Newsday's All-Long Island indoor girls track team 2020
Meet Newsday's All-Long Island girls indoor track and field team for the 2019-20 winter season.
John D. Norris: 'Pillar of the community' in North Babylon
He created Rites of Passage, a mentoring program that taught life skills and the importance of education to young men.
New Molloy soccer coach Botte sets bar high for program
Since it began Division II play in 1997, Molloy has reached the NCAA Tournament just once.
Where to find LI's virtual pub crawls, happy hours
Have appetizers and cocktails from local eateries delivered right to your door.
Gaetano Barbieri: He loved movies and told great stories
Barbieri held a variety of jobs in Nassau and Suffolk over the decades, including teaching high school English in Bay Shore.
Twin brothers double up on academic awards at North Babylon
Twins Bryan and Carlos Sabogal have been named valedictorian and salutatorian with just a sliver of a grade-point average separating the 18-year-olds.
Small businesses struggle to stay afloat as COVID-19 leaves downtowns deserted
How small businesses in Bay Shore, Westbury and Lindenhurst are faring during the coronavirus pandemic.